Last night I went to my WW weigh in.
The day before, I got out my progress book and noticed that last week, I HAD NOT gained .2 lbs, I had LOST .2 lbs.
Granted, .2lbs isn't much either way, but I am sure that the teacher thought (correctly) that I was a nut and habitual liar since - when she asked me, pointedly, what I thought about the previous week - I told her that I had gained weight so I was a bad one to ask.
And I hadn't gained weight.
She probably thought I was fishing for sympathy.
Or an excuse to go in a tirade over the "Book-It" program.
Anyway, this week I weighed in, and closely observed my progress and found that, AGAIN, I had lost only .2 lbs. (21.4 lbs total) At this rate it will take me over a month to lose another pound.
My husband has been completely supportive of this whole progress. He has never had - and I think it is safe to say he never will have - a weight issue. He is 5' 11" and approx. 160 lbs of muscle.
I know. How did I even end up with him? I mean, come on. He has even told me before that "food is just food".
Who is he? Do I even KNOW this guy?
Anyway, the other night Steven, aka "food is just food" guy, asked me gently,
"Does your program recommend exercise?"
To which I replied,
(Please back me up here.)